Newest additions to the BISDLearnTech.com Resource Database include templates for assisting students with expanded and standard form. There is a template for the hundreds, thousands, ten thousands, and hundred thousands place values. Choose the Resources tab at the top and
The students are back in class and so are the Chromebooks. We’re gearing up for a great year in Burleson ISD. Here are some tech resources to help you and your students connect, collaborate, teach, and learn.
Here are three FREE classroom noise monitoring tools that will help you and your students with noise levels in the classroom. Bouncy Balls is a free, online noise monitoring tool. Bouncy Balls displays the volume of the noise in a room
Chapter 7 of the Larmer, Mergendollar, and Boss text is titled “PBL in Informal Education and Summer Programs”. The authors define informal education settings as after-school programs, where supervised children alternate their time completing homework and participating in recreation until
Check out the newest addition to the BISDLearnTech.com resource database. Looking for an interactive way to help students understand the basic differences and similarities in physical and human geography? Look no more! Check out this template including a short video
Some student Chromebooks may not be operating at their best or may be draining the battery quicker than expected. One related issue could be that the Chromebook is not updated. When a student powers down by holding the power
OREO Project Targeted Grade Levels: K-5 Registration: Ongoing thru September 29 Project Ends: September 30 Project Summary: Using OREO cookies, participants create as high a stack as possible and report their findings to create a collaborative database to be
Connect your classroom read aloud to the International Space Station. Consider having your students listen to a story read by an astronaut aboard the ISS courtesy of Story Time From Space. This nonprofit project from the Global Space Education Foundation
I’m nearing the end of the Larmer, Mergendollar, and Boss text. I have one more chapter left. Chapter 6 “Leading a PBL Implementation Effort” in Setting the Standard for Project Based Learning offers great advice for campus and district leaders.
Last Sunday, I finished reading Chapter 5, Managing a Project, in Setting the Standard for Project Based Learning. I’ve spent the rest of this week on my exercise bike each morning reflecting on what I read. (For those who are